Strigo team. Photo: Shachar Ben-Zeev

Strigo Secures $8 Million Series A for its Customer Training Cloud

That come after tripling customer base during COVID-19. Strigo transforms customer training for software companies

Forbes Staff

The Garmin Ransom Case: From Medical Data To Military Secrets

The attack on the GPS tracker giant raises serious questions, not just on the personal privacy level but also for national security issues

Etay Maor

“Israeli startups know how to work very well in times of crisis”

While Corona marked the end of the road for many startups, others owe it a lot. This is how two Israeli startups succeeded at harnessing the situation to their advantage

Yair Yelin and Shlomi Azulai

Forbes 10 Under $30M

The Most Promising Young Israeli Startups in New York

Rami Yushuvaev

Optimize, Optimize, Optimize

From where he works in Switzerland, in one of the world’s leading research institutes, Tal Ben Nun teaches institutions to improve themselves and construct a programming language that will enable scientists to make processes more efficient and to translate their algorithms into more efficient programs

Roni Kerzner

Is Genetic Medicine the End of all Illness?

The genomic revolution is part of science and medicine for several decades, and the global gaze is fixed on the future’s wonder drugs which will fight every disease at the DNA level • While scientifically it seems as though the future is almost here, it turns out that the biggest challenge is actually in the business realm

Yuval Hirshorn

Storing and Recharging Energy: The Battery Challenge

As the abilities of smart devices grow and the automatic car is around the corner, our dependence on energy becomes more critical than ever • improving the capacity of the classic lithium ion battery is at the heart of the effort, but companies all over the world are already working on promising alternatives that could shape a new electric future

Daniel Schmiel

Teddy Sagi Sells Remaining Playtech Shares

End of an era: The family office of the Israeli entrepreneur has confirmed that Brickington Trading has sold its remaining shares in Playtech, the company Sagi founded, in order to diversify his portfolio

Forbes Staff

Israel’s STI Laser Industries acquired by Resonetics

Adds leading supplier in Israel for laser cutting, nitinol processing and cleanroom assembly

Forbes Staff